I have a male Indian Ringneck that I got as a rescue about 1 1/2 years ago. He has been super affectionate with everyone in the family, especially me. He is fully feathered and has loved flying all over the house. 2 months ago, he decided that my Nanday Conure is his soul mate. Since then he no longer leaves the top of his cage where they both sit all day (my Nanday is fully feathered but does not fly). A few weeks ago he started getting angry and attacking my hands when I would go to get my Nanday and put him in his cage for the night. I can no longer put the Ringneck away first as he just flies away from me. It has gotten so bad that I have to wear a jacket and gloves to get my Nanday...and he is terrified of gloves. But now things have escalated even more. Today I was putting things away on the opposite side of the room when my ringneck flew over onto my shoulder. I was so happy as he hasn't done this in months. But when I turned my face towards him, he full on attacked my face, puncturing my lip. I know not to react with anger and I know time outs can be effective, but I can't hardly catch him to put him in time out. I considered no longer letting him be out of his cage to hang out with the Nanday, but that seems cruel and he will just pace and scream. Would love some advice from someone who has dealt with this before. Do I need to put them in separate rooms?